MIT List Visual Arts Center’s List Projects series is known for featuring young and emerging artists that break aesthetic barriers. This fall’s List Projects: Farah Al Qasimi is no exception.
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American designer Brandon Clifford has drawn inspiration from megalithic architecture to create concrete sculptures that join together like a jigsaw puzzle.
The musical based on the grandiose Meat Loaf album shines a light on its songwriter, Jim Steinman, and the many twists and turns it took to get both projects made.
Farah Al Qasimi creates lush, vividly detailed photographs that leave almost everything to the imagination.
“It’s been exciting to learn how to let a story unfold slowly,” says Farah Al Qasimi. The Emirati artist is speaking of her first long-form video piece “Um al Naar (Mother of Fire, 2019)” that will soon showcase at a solo … Continued
“Ericka Beckman: Double Reverse,” on view through July 28 at the MIT List Visual Arts Center, follows last year’s “Introducing Tony Conrad: A Retrospective” there.
In the first decade of the 2000s, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) went on a building spree unlike any in its history.
She has seven X-Games medals under her belt, as well as an architecture degree.
The Massachusetts Institute of Technology Libraries received a gift of 600 photographs by Felice Frankel, the renowned artist and scientist.
Lace up your walking shoes, gas up the car, and don’t worry about keeping your wallet too close—the Highland Street Foundation’s Free Fun Fridays are back.
This week, WGBH News’ Arts Editor Jared Bowen tours an exhibition of artist Ericka Beckman at the MIT List Visual Arts Center and reviews two new theater productions in Boston: “Yerma” and “The View Upstairs.”
While we’ve been to the Museum of Science and MIT Museum many times, my husband can never get enough of the mind-expanding exhibits at both.
The works and installations of the overlooked peer of Cindy Sherman and Richard Prince go on show at MIT List Visual Arts Center
His buildings at MIT are part of a context, resolving complex campus geometries.
In “Ericka Beckman: Double Reverse,” on view beginning Friday at the MIT List Center for the Visual Arts, Beckman explores connections between games and gambling, the larger structures of capital, as well as the gamification of a culture which has … Continued
I. M. Pei, who began his long career designing buildings for a New York real estate developer and ended it as one of the most revered architects in the world, died early Thursday at his home in Manhattan.
I.M. Pei, the versatile, globe-trotting architect who revived the Louvre with a giant glass pyramid and captured the spirit of rebellion at the multi-shaped Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, has died at age 102.
I.M. Pei, who was widely recognized as the most prominent American architect of his generation with such works as his transformation of the Louvre Museum in Paris, died Thursday.
Beckman’s first museum survey, covering some thirty years of work, will be accompanied by a catalogue with contributions by curator Henriette Huldisch, Marie de Brugerolle, Attilia Fattori Franchini, and Piper Marshall.
Arts Fuse critics select the best in film, dance, visual art, theater, music, and author events for the coming weeks.
“List Projects: Rose Salane” is on view at MIT List Visual Arts Center in Cambridge, Massachusetts, through Sunday, May 26.
The Bauhaus at 100
One night, it’s the Campbell Brothers foot-stomping their way through a rocking, bluesy set of their “sacred steel” gospel music. Another it’s MIT’s Evan Ziporyn’s cello concerto version of David Bowie’s “Blackstar” with Maya Beiser
Scientists and engineers are finding practical applications for the Japanese art form in space, medicine, robotics, architecture and more